Chapter 10. Getting Started with Your NOOK

If you’re reading this book on your NOOK, you’ve actually already made it past the most difficult thing about using the NOOK—opening the package. (If you haven’t opened your NOOK yet, you’ll know what I’m talking about when you do.) Now you’re ready to begin reading and discovering all the incredible things your NOOK can do.


Barnes & Noble uses a lowercase n when it spells NOOK and for the NOOK’s logo.

Before getting into the details of using your NOOK, you need to do some things right now.

Registering Your NOOK

When you first turn on your NOOK, you see a tip informing you to use the touchscreen to get started. If the touchscreen is already lit, tap the Tap Here to Get Started link. If the ...

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